Jindal talks about failed presidential campaign
Posted on 11/18/2015 2:12:00 PM.
Governor Bobby Jindal has returned to Louisiana after ending his bid for the Republican presidential nomination.  At a news conference at the Governor's Mansion, Jindal said he has no regrets seeking the nation's highest elected office.  


He stated that the failure of his campaign rests solely on his shoulders.
 
"I'm not blaming anybody.  I will take full responsibility for the outcome of this campaign.  The reality is, I have not been shy about how I think it could have been handled differently.  But at the end of the day, the result of this campaign is my responsibility." 

Jindal says he would have liked the Republican National Committee to allow all candidates to participate in the debates, but the ultimate responsibility for the campaign's failure is his.  As far as his future goes, Jindal says that's up in the air.

"I will start looking for what I will do next after I'm done being governor."

Jindal says he will not get involved in this year's governor's race. His second term as governor will end in January.  Jindal says, before leaves office, he'll go on a statewide tour highlighting the achievements made during his two terms as governor.

"Talking to folks and listening to folks not only to talk about the progress we made, but also to continue to make progress in those areas, especially when it comes to job creation." 
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